The Conversations class is a group of adults who gather through Zoom on Monday evenings at 7:00
PM. Weekly conversations use Bible Study and book discussions to facilitate spiritual transformation. 

¨ Location: Currently Meeting on Zoom

¨ Contacts: Chris and Joy Gambill; Ka’thy Gore Chappell

The Covenant class is a diverse group of adults who gather each Sunday morning at 9:15 am for study, discipleship and fellowship.  They utilize a variety of books to engage participants in thoughtful conversation around topics.  

¨ Location: Currently Meeting on Zoom

¨ Contacts: John Baxley, Paul McCraw and Mary Foskett

The Forerunners is composed of a dedicated group of women who enjoy studying the Bible and its life applications together. Gathered around a large wooden table, Formations curriculum serves as the primary jumping off point for study alongside the (large print) Scripture.

¨ Location:  Kelly Auditorium, side room

¨ Contact: Florence Wiley

The Friendship Class is a senior adult class which employs video-based learning to deepen their understanding of scripture and how it relates to our lives today.

¨ Location: Currently Meeting on Zoom

¨ Contact: Benny Bowes,  Al Guenthner

The Women’s Bible Study Class is a multigenerational group of women (with a few men who have joined too!) that come together to study the Bible and listen for God’s word.

¨ Location: This class is hybrid on Zoom and in the Conference Room

¨ Contact: Roper Halverson




The GAP Class is primarily made up of young adults in their 20s and 30s, committed to journeying with each other through all the changing seasons of these pivotal years. We meet from 9:00-10:00 AM on the 1st and 3rd Sundays via Zoom (for now). Leadership for our group is shared with Pastor Emily and group facilitators from time to time. We generally arrange our time together in conversation and prayer, followed by a conversation about our study for that season. 

Location: Currently Meeting on Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. 

Contact: Emily Hull McGee

Jake and Abigail Cook began a new class on March 6 called Practicing Faith. This time offers participants a chance to reflect on the “posture” of our faith (as persons and as a community) through creative interaction with classic ideas and spiritual exercises to cultivate our relationships with God, self, and neighbors. Jake is developing these ideas and exercises for a podcast and book project, so each week’s discussion will engage a short, original piece of writing or audio recording. So, come for fellowship and conversation—and lend your perspective to this project at its ground floor.  Sunday mornings March 6-May 1, 9:30-10:30 AM. Bring a notebook and your coffee, we can’t wait to see you there!

¨ Location: Ammons-Lolley Commons

¨ Contact: Jake or Abigail Cook




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